21 YouTube Fitness Influencers to Subscribe to Right Now

YouTube has been a saving grace for anyone who doesn't have access to a gym. But, with 300 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, it can be hard to find trustworthy and safe fitness content if you don't know the best YouTube fitness influencers to follow.

In this article, we share 21 YouTube fitness influencers that you should subscribe to right now. In this list, you'll find a mix of workout types from yoga to bodybuilding. No matter what you're looking for, we've got the YouTube fitness influencers for you!

21 YouTube Fitness Influencers to Subscribe to Right Now:


1. Yoga With Adriene

  • 7.24M subscribers
  • 596M views
  • Joined August 30, 2012

You've heard of Yoga With Adriene. Everyone has. And for good reason. Adriene's mission is to connect as many people as possible through high-quality, free yoga videos.

The free yoga video library is extensive and offers subscribers every chance to find a practice that suits their mood.

Yoga With Adriene features several different series designed for YouTube subscribers who are brand new to yoga, like Yoga for Beginners and Foundations of Yoga. If you're ready to step it up a notch, you'll find the sweat-inducing Yoga for Weight Loss or Total Body Yoga playlists a welcome experience. 


2. Kayla Itsines

  • 344K subscribers
  • 38M views
  • Joined November 1, 2012

Kayla Itsines has been a personal trainer for women since 2008. Her experience as a dynamic fitness influencer has earned her top honors on Forbes' list of Top Fitness Influencers and Time's top 30 most influential people on the internet.

Itsines is best known for her BBG (Bikini Body Guide) workouts but also offers best-selling books and a wildly popular fitness app.

In her videos, you'll find flexible programs that can be followed online by just about anyone.


3. Fitness Blender

  • 6.19M subscribers
  • 1B views
  • Joined January 19, 2010

Fitness Blender is created by two people, husband and wife duo Daniel and Kelli. The channel offers more than 600 free, full-length workout videos with more videos being added each week.

With so many videos available, you're sure to find something that strikes your fancy, whether you're a recovering couch potato or an elite athlete.

In addition to full-length workout videos, you'll find excellent information about health, fitness, nutrition, and more.


4. POPSUGAR Fitness

  • 4.5M subscribers
  • 601M views
  • Joined November 21, 2010

POPSUGAR Fitness, run by Anna Renderer, offers fitness tutorials, workouts, and exercises for anyone who wants to lost weight, relieve stress and live a healthier life.

These videos will have you working out alongside Anna, other fitness experts, and Hollywood's most sought-after celebrity trainers.

With POPSUGAR Fitness, you'll get to do the most popular workout classes and trends like P90X, Tabata, Bar Method, Victoria's Secret workout, and more.


5. Blogilates

  • 5.05M subscribers
  • 759M views
  • Joined June 13, 2009

Cassey Ho is just about the most energetic person you'll ever "meet." She's an award-winning certified fitness instructor offering full-length Bootcamp Sculpting, POP Pilates, and PIIT28 workouts on her YouTube channel.


6. Nikki Blackketter

  • 762K subscribers
  • 123M views
  • Joined January 17, 2014

Nikki Blackketter is one of the original brand ambassadors for GymShark (a fitness clothing company) and Cellucor (supplements). Her YouTube channel focuses on providing education around weight loss, bodybuilding, and working out at home as well as sharing a glimpse into her personal life.

Nikki hails from Los Angeles and posts nearly daily.


7. The Body Coach

  • 2.37M subscribers
  • 152M views
  • Joined August 12, 2011

Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, is a self-described man on a mission to save people from "the awful dieting industry." He's been a personal trainer for years and has been able to create a huge online following.

Since hitting the scene, The Body Coach has released several best-selling cookbooks but is probably best known for his 90-day body transformation plan. The plan is simple: four high-intensity workouts each week, tons of water, and three high-protein meals every day.

The Body Coach posts weekly home workouts to help you get stronger, healthier, and happier.


8. Carly Rowena

  • 425K subscribers
  • 36M views
  • Joined August 17, 2011

Carly Rowena started her YouTube channel because she hated her job and was hoping for a career change. She has an incredibly positive personality and endearingly describes herself as "the girl next door who never wants to turn down a meal." No surprise that her approach to both meals and workouts is laidback.

On her YouTube channel, you'll find home workouts, gym workouts, and family-friendly workouts and an infectious personality that has made Carly Rowena one of the leading YouTube fitness influencers.


9. Sjana Elise Earp

  • 119K subscribers
  • 7M views
  • Joined August 16, 2013

Sjana Elise Earp believes that all women deserve to feel empowered and confident in their skin. And she believes yoga is the way to do it.

Sjana credits yoga with helping her through some hard times in her life. To give back, she strives to help others find that same enlightenment and discover the benefits yoga provides. Her programs, including the 12-week Body and Mind (BAM) program, focus on a holistic approach to wellbeing.


10. Rachel Brathan (Yoga Girl)

  • 76.3K subscribers
  • 3M views
  • Joined June 12, 2011

Rachel Brathen is a world-renowned yoga instructor known for her inspirational teachings. She's authored two best-sellers, the aptly-named Yoga Girl published in 2014 and 2019's To Love and Let Go.

She founded Yoga Girl in 2018, but Rachel has been a leading Instagram and YouTube fitness influencer for much longer. In addition to offering free yoga videos on YouTube and free and paid yoga classes on YogaGirl.com, Rachel also runs the largest yoga studio in the Caribbean, runs two nonprofit organizations, and hosts yoga retreats in gorgeous destinations around the world.


11. MattDoesFitness

  • 1.63M subscribers
  • 203M views
  • Joined March 20, 2013

MattDoesFitness centers on bodybuilding, eating (a lot), and lifestyle vlogs. But, you'll also find the amazing Bodybuilder Tries series where Matt tries out workouts that aren't exactly in his comfort zone, like CrossFit or even pole dancing.

In addition to trying non-bodybuilding workouts, Matt does other challenges that mostly seem to revolve around eating, like the "100,000 Calories in 24 Hours Challenge" or eating 5,000 calories of just fruits and vegetables.

MattDoesFitness is a well-known YouTube fitness influencer who has regularly worked with big-name fitness brands like GymShark and My Protein.


12. ScottHermanFitness

  • 2.36M subscribers
  • 454M views
  • Joined May 25, 2009

Scott Herman vows to provide videos that will help you learn how to maximize gains with "no bro-science, no drama, no clickbait." No matter what your fitness goals are (gain muscle, lose fat, build your strength, increase your endurance), ScottHermanFitness is there for you.

ScottHermanFitness posts new videos a couple of times each week and even offers custom meal plans.


13. OFFICIALTHENX

  • 5.63M subscribers
  • 348M views
  • Joined February 4, 2013

Chris Heria, the driving force behind popular fitness YouTube channel OFFICIALTHENX, has been in the fitness industry for more than 10 years. He's also the founder and CEO of the fitness program ThenX, a workout routine focusing on calisthenics and weights.

OFFICIALTHENX is full of videos with calisthenics workouts for people of all abilities.


14. Bart Kwan (Barbell Brigade)

  • 698K subscribers
  • 137M views
  • Joined June 13, 2006

Bart Kwan is a powerlifting fitness guru whose YouTube channel includes body transformation and lifting videos. In addition to operating his YouTube channel, Bart Kwan owns Barbell Brigade in downtown Los Angeles.

Bart posts a couple of videos each week and has playlists that include his own workouts, instructional how-to videos, and even a list of workouts for a pregnant powerlifter.


15. Omar Isuf

  • 832K subscribers
  • 181M views
  • Joined April 12, 2009

If you're looking for a funny and witty YouTube fitness influencer, Omar Isuf delivers. He posts new videos 1-2 times a week that can help anyone, regardless of experience level, clean up their diet and workout with the right form.

Omar Isuf offers regular education with form improvements, how to maintain strength, and even brings other fitness gurus together in roundtable discussions.


16. Sarah Dussault

  • 235K subscribers
  • 31M views
  • Joined October 1, 2008

Sarah Dussault is a millennial mom and YouTube fitness influencer offering content to promote a healthy lifestyle. Her YouTube channel, Sarah Fit, includes workout videos, healthy recipes, grocery store hauls, weight loss tips, exercise routines, and family-friendly tips.

Sarah uploads new videos at least every Tuesday, but you'll occasionally be treated to random videos about her life, live chats, and more. Mashable named Sarah Fit one of the Top 10 For Free Fitness Videos.


17. Pamela Reif

  • 3.02M subscribers
  • 251M views
  • Joined September 16, 2013

Pamela Reif is a fitness model and YouTube fitness influencer whose been doing fitness videos since the age of 16. She's been an ambassador for various fitness brands after becoming a fitness sensation for her "fitspo" posts as an Instagram fitness model.

Pamela posts new videos on her channel a few times a week and you'll find a mix of leg workouts, ab workouts, and calorie-burning workouts. She also has playlists to help you find the workouts you want to do. You can choose from Intense, Home, Beginner Friendly, and Live workout playlists.


18. CT Fletcher

  • 1.48M subscribers
  • 186M views
  • Joined January 26, 2013

CT Fletcher is nothing if not motivating. He posts new videos about once a week and they're full of personality! CT has been weightlifting and powerlifting since the early 80s and has had his share of medical problems, culminating in open-heart surgery in 2005.

CT says that his experiences have taught him that everything is based on your personal desire to be better, and when you see where he is today after having open heart surgery 15 years ago... Well, it's hard to not believe him.

His YouTube channel has tons of videos geared toward helping you stay motivated. CT offers tips and advice that apply to fitness, bodybuilding, weightlifting, and life.


19. Dana Linn Bailey

  • 423K subscribers
  • 92M views
  • Joined July 6, 2010

Dana Linn Bailey has accolades. She was the first International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) Pro in history, won the first-ever Ms. Physique Olympia, has been featured on magazine covers, has her own training column, owns her own gym, and the list goes on.

She knows her stuff, is what we're saying.

Despite all of that, she considers her biggest achievement to be becoming confident in herself and her body, aesthetically, sure, but also mentally.

Dana's YouTube channel is full of full-length workout videos, tips for working out at home, and videos documenting her road to competitions.


20. Bradley Martyn

  • 2.47M subscribers
  • 355M views
  • Joined August 20, 2014

Bradley Martyn claims to have grown up a skinny kid, but you'd never know it to check out this YouTube fitness influencer's channel. He posts up to five new videos every week and goes into anything from grocery shopping to the most effective back workouts.

On his YouTube channel, you'll find playlists for beginner workouts, instructional how-tos, and advanced workouts as well as Q&As and motivation.


21. The Fitness Marshall

  • 2.52M subscribers
  • 379M views
  • Joined September 11, 2014

If you're into dance workouts (and who isn't?), The Fitness Marshall is the YouTube fitness influencer you've been looking for. Led by Caleb Marshall, the YouTube channel includes original dance workouts to hit songs from the likes of Lizzo, Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, and more.

The Fitness Marshall's YouTube channel is chock full of cardio-heavy workouts that will pump you up and keep you moving. Plus, there are videos called "Sweat Sessions" that let you work out with the "Booty Army" for 20 minutes to an hour!


Wrapping Up

Following different YouTube fitness influencers is a great way to find your next favorite workout program, without even leaving your house! The influencers included on this list are a great place to start for fresh and fun workout programs that will keep you fit, healthy, happy, and motivated.

Want more? Check out this list of top fitness & yoga influencers!

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